True Religion Co-Founder Kym Gold Lists Fashionable Encino Mansion

Appearing in the lyrics of Black Eyed Peas and Chief Keef songs, denim brand True Religion has come to define the comfort and effortless glamour found in a pair of jeans. Co-founder Kym Gold, whose LinkedIn states she sold the company for $835 million, has since started a homeware venture. That is, ceramics brand Style Union Home. And the aesthetic of her 8,545-square-foot Encino home shows the instinctual eye she has for home design. Now asking $10.995 million, the abode’s style is as relaxed yet fashionable as a simple T-shirt and True Religion jeans.

Tucked behind a wrought-iron gate in the coveted community of Royal Oaks, the home embraces clean California neutrals both inside and out. A sleek combination of brick painted black on the lower level and white shiplap above dresses the exterior. Sharp green lawns and flower gardens blooming pink and purple frame the spread.

Behind the front door, a curving grand staircase stands at the center of the foyer. Throughout, light fixtures of all different styles add sparkle, creating a cohesively eclectic feel.

The wide-open living room, warmed by a fireplace, looks out on the spacious backyard and pool. That pool is surrounded by greenery and fed by fountains, promising easy lounging set to a serene soundtrack of flowing water. The guesthouse and gym are just across the way.

Anthony Paradise of Sotheby’s International Realty – Sunset Strip Brokerage holds the seven-bedroom listing. Will it fit someone like the elusive perfect pair of jeans?

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"I had a great team at my last business and have the same now. When you have reliable people on your team that feels appreciated and empowered, your business can be unstoppable. Surround yourself with competent and dedicated members that you can trust delegating tasks."

Kym Gold